Lincoln College

Midwest College of Cosmetology

About MCC

Mission & Objectives

OUR MISSION:

Lincoln College uniquely empowers students to realize their full potential.

OUR VISION:

  To be a recognized leader in transforming student’s lives

OUR VALUES:

Student- Centered

Teaching Excellence

Unique Value Proposition

Diverse College Community

Empowered People

Nurturing Environment

Transforming Lives

Student Success

 

STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES

COSMETOLOGY

Upon successful completion of the Cosmetology certificate program at Lincoln College, students should be able to:

  1. Describe terminology and concepts within the cosmetology field.
  2. Analyze customer needs and communicate solutions by applying theories of cosmetology to real-life customer experiences.
  3. Apply business concepts and professional behavior to build a sustainable clientele in the field of cosmetology.
  4. Demonstrate basic cosmetology practical skills.
  5. Evaluate hair needs and prescribe specific solutions with options from multiple manufacturers.
  6. Apply concepts of health and wellness for the cosmetologist and the consumer.
  7. Prepare for and pass the state licensing exam.

ESTHETICS

Upon successful completion of the Esthetics certificate program at Lincoln College, students should be able to:

  1. Describe terminology and concepts within the esthetics field.
  2. Apply concepts of health and wellness for the esthetician and the customer.
  3. Demonstrate basic esthetics services.
  4. Understand the function and operation of basic facial machines.
  5. Practice FDA regulations, state laws, and rules regarding esthetic services.
  6. Assess skin type and prescribe a skin care regimen.
  7. Prepare for and pass the Illinois licensing exam.

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Upon successful completion of the Instructor Training certificate program at Lincoln College, students should be able to:

  1. Prepare and utilize lesson plans in teaching cosmetology.
  2. Manage classroom behavior.
  3. Facilitate student operation of a salon floor.
  4. Develop curriculum, learning outcomes, and assessment of student learning in the field of cosmetology.
  5. Identify strategies for hands on learning and study skills of students.
  6. Apply the components of a student retention program in cosmetology coursework.
  7. Prepare for and pass the state licensing exam.

 

While enrolled at MCC, students will have the opportunity to work toward an Associate of Applied Science in Cosmetology, or a Bachelor of Applied Management.

Gainful Employment Information

Midwest College of Cosmetology is a Bloom School